América de México is looking forward to a great run in 2023, especially thanks to a player who could leave the club after the Clausura 2023.
Currently, you can take advantage of Mobile Ganbet to place all kinds of sports bets on La Liga MX. The competition has become one of the best in the whole of America, as Mexico has attracted the attention of many high level footballers who play for various clubs.
Mexico’s America is one of these. Directed by Fernando Ortiz, he is one of the protagonists of Clausura 2023. A notable footballer stands there: Israel Reyes. Despite being very young, he not only has immense potential, but has also established himself as a notable player in Mexico.
Well, the reality is that his huge involvement in America and the presence of opportunities in the Mexican National Team means the club are considering offers of up to $7 million. It should be noted that the US paid Puebla $4.5 million 6 months earlier.
That said, the 22-year-old could leave for Europe, one of his obvious destinations. The most obvious league appears to be the Eredivisie in the Netherlands, as there are many Mexicans who settle there and then make the jump to more prestigious clubs such as Serie A or the Premier League.
América de México has exported many distinguished players to other leagues. some of them are:
- Hugo Sanchez. Considered one of the greatest Mexican football players of all time, Hugo Sánchez began his career at Club Universidad Nacional, but later joined Club América, where he won several league titles. In 1981, he signed for Atlético de Madrid, where he became a star and won five trophies in five seasons.
- Carlos Hermosillo. One of the greatest forwards in the history of Mexican football, Carlos Hermosillo began his career with Club América and later joined Club Cruz Azul, where he won several league titles. In 1995, he was signed by Club Atlético River Plate in Argentina and then by Club de Fútbol Monterrey in Mexico. Hermosillo then joined Club de Fútbol Pachuca where he won two league titles before retiring.
- Cuauhtemoc Blanco. Known for his dribbling ability and creativity on the pitch, Cuauhtémoc Blanco began his career with Club América and later played for various teams in Mexico before joining Spain’s Real Valladolid in 2000. After two seasons in Spain, Blanco returned to Mexico to play for Club Nexa. before returning to Club America in 2005. Blanco also played for US Major League Soccer sides Chicago Fire and Veracruz before retiring.
In short, Israel Reyes could be the player leaving the US at the end of the season. Will it have a future similar to this list?